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Jan 25, 2013 12:00pm PST
you think a role -- nuclear energy is going to play in all of this? >> well, we're getting 20% of our electricity from nuclear power and stable for a listening time. the big story in the electricity generation is in wind. wind is now -- came from nowhere to it's now 4% of the electricity in this country. we're getting from wind power and the department of energy says we can grow that to 20% which would be on par with nuclear power in just 15 years if we stay the course and important to continue to invest in the fur which you are that way. >> bob, i mean, you are talking about the potential progress here in a second term and one of the first decision that is president obama faces right now is the keystone pipeline. and i think there's possible consequences for emissions from approving that. i think the expectation is to be approved. when's the estimate of the epa? something like over a billion tons of co2 emissions over 50 years could be produced by this pipeline. are you concerned whatever, a lot of good you are seeing here in the second term offset by approving the keystone? >> the p
Jan 28, 2013 12:00pm PST
you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> it's not hard to predict who will win the oscars this year daniel day-lewis, who is one of the greatest actors of our time and who became liberating lincoln, and i don't see any way class president steven spielberg can be stopped. it seems like a landslide kind of year. what an idiot. that guy does not know what he's talking about. it is not the year of "lincoln" people. i have to amend my office pool advice here and now. my fellow cyclists love teasing me about my changed electoral map. this triple map is all over our offices but i did pick a perfect map and more importantly as nate silver wrote if you have reason to think that yesterday's forecast was wrong, there's no glory in sticking to it. as the economist john maynard keynes says as the facts change, i change my mind. lincoln is a film a lot of people didn't like, me included. it will go down as one of the early oscar front-runners that ran out of gas because hollywood has developed a gigantic
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